Le Moulin du Chateau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and relax. So on to Avignon. The place we are staying has a five star restaurant so looking forward to trying this out. It is interesting as far as trying to understand what is on the menu - thus has been one of the most difficult thing we have encountered. All menus are embellished so bifteck which means steak has about five different descriptions. Oh we'll it does make us ask questions inFrench which sparks a conversation and sometimes very enjoyable with laughs at the end.... A demain, ...
... to tell him I bought a few days ago. He was ok then, but I think he may of had suspicions that I stole it. Gail bought a scarf from some goofy guy at a stall. You will see the pic of that. We were back home, and had a great meal at our Gite. 5 Sep was a spa day, where we hung around the pool and di some local hiking in the vineyards. We have a one hour hike route that is really neat, that winds amongst the grapes. We met a couple while walking. The man was educated in Edmonton, ...
... anticipated. Got away at 8.30am for what I was expecting to be about an hours drive. Turned out to be a little over 2 hours. Then when we got there our plans were curtailed when the windy conditions prevented any kayaking/paddle boats. So plan B was to drive around the gorge (about 50-60km in total) with lots of stops, and a walk/hike at an appropriate point using the map Sam got in Moustiers Saint Marie – Speaking of which, it was ...
... ridge to Thoard....unfortunately it clouded over and began to rain. The town was very quiet..guess everyone was in doors having a late lunch..the town had some nice narrow paths through the old medieval houses but generally. It was old and more rundown than picturesque. The views across the valley were incredible and it was so quiet you could hear the bells from ...
... tour of nearby calanques, rugged, sheer, cliff-lined inlets from the sea. By that afternoon we were in the rowdy, seaside town of Marseille.
Have we told you how much we like Fifi, our GPS guide? She gets us wherever we want to go and a new hotel in a tough Marseille neighborhood was no exception. We endured a white knuckled, Mr. Toad ride on the narrow streets and alleys of Old Marseille and then, Voila! we were ...